Ugh #1 Dislike seeing the unit (at all) next to the measurement
Logic: it already says the unit to the left, so don't repeat it next to measurements
Ugh #2 In the meantime, the unit is crammed, with no spacing, against the measurement. At least add a space between the two.
Ugh #3 You capitalized "in" to "IN". Therefore 0.1 IN looks like 0.11N (kills readability)
Ugh #4 Though I've chosen mm as my unit (and you display that on the left), you show CM next to each measurement. Pick one of the two and stick with it.
Ugh #5 You're showing 0 IN in a few measurements (while it's blank in other hours where there's 0 rainfall). Hey, if your program is able to produce a "0 IN", it's just as easy to recognize it's 0 and suppress display of it... go for blank instead of showing "0 IN".
Easiest fix: Stop adding the unit next to each measurement.
I guess you talk about precipitation units in meteograms .
When there is no unit shown with the amount value, it is rain in mm or inches (according to your setting).
When you get CM or IN (according to your setting) next to the amount value, it means it is snow.
You can check it with the icons shown above temperature and the blue color of figures are different. Dark blue for rain et light blue for snow.
Here with cm of snow and mm of rain.
Here with inches of snow and mm of rain
So there is no reason to stop showing precipitation units because they are really useful to know if rain or snow is forecast. I cannot imagine you get snow all the year round.